It’s all about choices
We each get the same amount of time each day, and we each choose how to spend that precious, limited time. Some of what we do we have no choice about, but in reality we generally have far more choice than we think, or than we are willing to admit. For example, if you work too many hour, or commute too many hours, you probably have choices – if you are willing to consider moving, or owning less, or not always having a new car/computer/sound system/whatever.
One of the big killers of marriages is couples who don’t spend enough time together. Regardless of why, a couple that is not spending time together is starving their marriage. Starve it long enough, and it dies.
If this is you, and I think you know deep down inside if it is, you need to make changes now, before it’s too late. You need to make your marriage a high enough priority that it gets the time it needs. What you cut out is up to you, but cut out something – please!